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Offline Irene B

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St Mungo Parish
« on: Friday 03 March 17 14:25 GMT (UK) »
I found a birth and baptism record for Jean Carlyle born 27 March, baptised 30 March 1812, parents are Walter Carlyle and Mary Halliday, but I can't make out the address

It looks like Shelgholm Park ?  does anyone know what it might be?

I have attached a screenshot showing a few places on the same page, it is the bottom line I am struggling with
Main, Rossiter, - Northumberland
Wibberley, Walwyn, Cadman, - Staffordshire
Saiger, Blackburn  - County Durham

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Re: St Mungo Parish
« Reply #1 on: Friday 03 March 17 15:11 GMT (UK) »
Irene,  I think it's Skellyholm Park, also, Riggside of  Nutholm, Cowdens,  Sorrysyke, Falariggs & Righead!  All in St Mungo's.

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Re: St Mungo Parish
« Reply #2 on: Friday 03 March 17 15:33 GMT (UK) »
Thank you!
Main, Rossiter, - Northumberland
Wibberley, Walwyn, Cadman, - Staffordshire
Saiger, Blackburn  - County Durham

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Re: St Mungo Parish
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 11 March 17 17:32 GMT (UK) »
Hi Irene B

I have a Carlyle family connected to St Mungos - Elizabeth Carlyle c1799 daughter of Thomas Carlyle & Helen Norrie. She was my husbands 4th great grandmother. They had another 4 children - Mary, William, Thomas & George.

Wondered if there is any connection with your Carlyle family.

Diane
Wigtownshire:- MCKIE/RANKIN(E)/MCCRACKEN/AULD/COSH/JACKSON
Dumfriesshire:- GRAHAM/CLOW(E)/SANDERS/THOMLINSON/GLOVER

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Re: St Mungo Parish
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 11 March 17 19:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi Diane,

i'm sorry but I am still stuck with Walter and Mary Halliday, I haven't found their marriage or baptisms yet.  If I do find a link I will let you know.

Main, Rossiter, - Northumberland
Wibberley, Walwyn, Cadman, - Staffordshire
Saiger, Blackburn  - County Durham

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Re: St Mungo Parish
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 07 June 17 07:30 BST (UK) »
Hi Irene.  I have a new interest in the St Mungo's and Applegarth parishes as I have found new family members for my tree.  I was looking at the area also as it is not an area I am familiar with.  I don't know if you are aware but there is a very useful site called ScotlandsPlaces.  It has the Place Name books of all the areas with input for the Ordnance Survey from local people.  I have found a Little Skellyholm on page 4 Volume 45 Dumfriesshire. Hope that helps.

JA
SCOTLAND
KBC interests - Murray and Shaw: Blacklock and Kirkland.
DMS interests - as KBC.

ENGLAND
Northumberland
Murray: > 1920 in Longbenton/Forest Hall; Howick 1920's
Elliott: North Nbld 1800's
Straughan/Straphen: North Nbld 1800's and 1910's/1920's Craster.
Henderson(nee Elliott)/Brodie Haydon Bridge 1900's
Bell (nee Elliott) Christon Bank/Embleton 1900's

IRELAND
County Mayo
Mills: Erris Head and Gortmellia
Mullarky: as same
Ginnelly: as same